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Event Details

Systems and Public Health Approach in IECMH (Half-Day)

: 10542
Foundational
Friday, June 26, 2020  
01:00 PM to 04:00 PM
(3.00 Hours)
Time is in Pacific Standard Time

Description

Course ID 105721
During the infant and toddler years, there are many opportunities to promote emotional health, to prevent emotional disturbances from taking root, and to treat mental health problems before they can manifest into more severe problems later in life. Systems which work in a holistic rather than siloed fashion can optimize service provision and accessibility for infants/young children and their families in ways that promote infant and early childhood mental health, prevent mental health issues and provide systemic access and support around intervention for very young children and their families. This session will outline ways in which multidisciplinary systems of care including health, mental health, child welfare, early care and education and early intervention can address infant and early childhood mental health in a more coordinated and effective manner.

Learning Objectives

• Participants will consider the public health approach and its continuum of promotion/prevention and intervention as it relates to the field of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health.

• Participants will explore multidisciplinary systems of care such as health, mental health child welfare, early care and education.

• Participants will explore ways to promote systems coordination and advocate for IECMH informed policy and systems response.


Registration

Price
Registration Closed
Registration Deadline
6/26/2020
Registration Required?
Yes

Contact

Yesenia Ocon (Email)
ZERO TO THREE
1255 23rd St. NW
Washington, DC 20037
Phone (202) 857-2664

Trainers

Jenifer Chacon - ZERO TO THREE Staff - Approved

ZERO TO THREE

Delivery Methods

Online Interactive

Assessment/Evaluation

Description

During the infant and toddler years, there are many opportunities to promote emotional health, to prevent emotional disturbances from taking root, and to treat mental health problems before they can manifest into more severe problems later in life. Systems which work in a holistic rather than siloed fashion can optimize service provision and accessibility for infants/young children and their families in ways that promote infant and early childhood mental health, prevent mental health issues and provide systemic access and support around intervention for very young children and their families. This session will outline ways in which multidisciplinary systems of care including health, mental health, child welfare, early care and education and early intervention can address infant and early childhood mental health in a more coordinated and effective manner.


3.00 Hours

Level

Foundational

ZERO TO THREE Professional Development

Course Category

Mental Health

General Course

Domain 5. Cultural and Linguistic Responsiveness  (0.5 Hours)
Domain 6. Leadership to Meet Family Needs and Improve Services and Systems  (1 Hour)
Domain 7. Professional and Ethical Practices  (0.5 Hours)
Domain 8. Service Planning, Coordination, and Collaboration  (1 Hour)

ZERO TO THREE Critical Competencies for Infant-Toddler Educators™


Directors, Supervisors, Managers, Coordinators
Home Visitors
TA Providers (coaches, mentors, consultants, etc.)